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HTHS 2910 IL - Health Information Literacy, Healthcare Systems & Career Exploration

Credits: (4)
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem
Typically Taught Spring Semester: Full Sem
Description: HTHS 2910 is designed for students who are investigating healthcare systems and careers in healthcare, integrating content from both health sciences and information literacy.  The course explores pathways that can lead to meaningful and rewarding careers in healthcare, and techniques useful in applying and matriculating into these educational programs. Evidence-based practice is incorporated into the research process, enabling students to identify information needs, and to select, evaluate, and ultimately utilize health information to make informed decisions. This course emphasizes critical thinking and prepares students to join conversations on important topics in healthcare as informed and responsible participants. Ultimately, this course will enable students to approach our information landscape more critically, both as a consumer and creator of information and as a practitioner in the health sciences. This course fulfils the information literacy general education core requirement.
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